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Mediterranean Frontiers

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Informationen zum Autor Kalypso Nicolaidis is Professor of International Relations and Director of the European Studies Centre! Un... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Kalypso Nicolaidis is Professor of International Relations and Director of the European Studies Centre! University of Oxford. Dimitar Bechev is a Research Fellow at the European Studies Centre! University of Oxford. Klappentext The identity of any nation-state is inextricably linked with its borders and frontiers. Borders connect nations and sustain notions of social cohesion. Yet they are also the sites of division! fragmentation and political conflict. This ambitious study encompasses North Africa! the Middle East! and South and South East Europe to examine the emergence of state borders and polarised identities in the Mediterranean. The authors look at the impact of political boundaries upon the region! along with pressures from European and economic integration! the resurgence of nationalism! and refugee and security concerns. The authors explore the politics of memory! and ask whether echoes from the imperial past -- Ottoman and colonial -- could provide the basis for conflict resolution! region-building and economic integration. The identity of any nation-state is inextricably linked with its borders and frontiers. Borders connect nations and sustain notions of social cohesion. Yet they are also the sites of division, fragmentation and political conflict. This study examines the emergence of state borders and polarised identities in the Mediterranean. Zusammenfassung The identity of any nation-state is inextricably linked with its borders and frontiers. Borders connect nations and sustain notions of social cohesion. Yet they are also the sites of division! fragmentation and political conflict. This study examines the emergence of state borders and polarised identities in the Mediterranean. Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface - Thierry FabreIntroduction: Frontiers! Memory and Conflict in the Mediterranean - Dimitar Bechev and Kalypso NicolaidisPART 1: CONSTRUCTING BORDERS AND MEMORIES1. The Ambivalent Sea: Regionalizing the Mediterranean Differently - Kerem Oktem2. Between the Empire and the Nation-State: The Problem of Borders in the Maghreb - Fatma Ben Slimane3. Turkey in the Post-Ottoman Mediterranean: Transcending the 'West' / 'Islam' Binary? - Nora Onar4. The Uses of Empire: Myths and Memories in the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean - Dimitar BechevPART 2: REVISITING MEMORIES TO TRANSFORM CONFLICTS?5. Can We Act on Memory in the Mediterranean? The Case of Algeria - Marie-Claire Lavabre and Dimitri Bechev6. 'That Most Beautiful Part of Italy': Memories of Fascist Empire-Building in the Adriatic - Bojan Baskar7. Memory! Conflict and Gender: Women in Black in Israel/Palestine and former Yugoslavia - Franziska BrantnerPART 3: CROSSING BORDERS! CONFRONTING MEMORIES8. Borderlands: The Middle East and North Africa as the EU's Southern Buffer Zone - Raffaella A. Del Sarto9. Borders Besieged: A View on Migration from the European-African Edge10. The Israeli Closure Policies and the Informal Border Economy between the West Bank and Northern Negev (2000-2006) - Cedric Parizot ...

Préface
The identity of any nation-state is inextricably linked with its borders and frontiers. Borders connect nations and sustain notions of social cohesion. Yet they are also the sites of division, fragmentation and political conflict. This study examines the emergence of state borders and polarised identities in the Mediterranean.

Auteur
Kalypso Nicolaidis is Professor of International Relations and Director of the European Studies Centre, University of Oxford. Dimitar Bechev is a Research Fellow at the European Studies Centre, University of Oxford.

Contenu
Preface - Thierry Fabre Introduction: Frontiers, Memory and Conflict in the Mediterranean - Dimitar Bechev and Kalypso Nicolaidis PART 1: CONSTRUCTING BORDERS AND MEMORIES 1. The Ambivalent Sea: Regionalizing the Mediterranean Differently - Kerem Oktem 2. Between the Empire and the Nation-State: The Problem of Borders in the Maghreb - Fatma Ben Slimane 3. Turkey in the Post-Ottoman Mediterranean: Transcending the 'West' / 'Islam' Binary? - Nora Onar 4. The Uses of Empire: Myths and Memories in the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean - Dimitar Bechev PART 2: REVISITING MEMORIES TO TRANSFORM CONFLICTS? 5. Can We Act on Memory in the Mediterranean? The Case of Algeria - Marie-Claire Lavabre and Dimitri Bechev 6. 'That Most Beautiful Part of Italy': Memories of Fascist Empire-Building in the Adriatic - Bojan Baskar 7. Memory, Conflict and Gender: Women in Black in Israel/Palestine and former Yugoslavia - Franziska Brantner PART 3: CROSSING BORDERS, CONFRONTING MEMORIES 8. Borderlands: The Middle East and North Africa as the EU's Southern Buffer Zone - Raffaella A. Del Sarto 9. Borders Besieged: A View on Migration from the European-African Edge 10. The Israeli Closure Policies and the Informal Border Economy between the West Bank and Northern Negev (2000-2006) - Cedric Parizot

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Mediterranean Frontiers
Sous-titre: Borders, Conflict and Memory in a Transnational World
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781848851252
ISBN: 1848851251
Format: Livre Relié
Producteur: Tauris, I.B.
Editeur: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Genre: Histoire
nombre de pages: 264
Poids: 446g
Taille: H216mm x B146mm x T26mm
Parution: 05.01.2010
Année: 2010